|Tufa (Em110) - Graham Dunning|
A live performance at Electronic Organica V (Britons Protection, Manchester) using turntables, modified records, objects and electronics in May 2010. Graham Dunning is a sound and visual artist based in the UK. His sound sources include field recordings pressed to dubplates; modified records; adapted playback equipment such as reel-to-reel tape players, turntables and Walkmans; found sounds, especially discarded footage of people's home recordings; home made electronics and circuit bends; broken...
Keywords: soundart; graham dunning; electronics; found sound; objects; turntables; turntablism; noise; electronic organica; manchester; uk; collage; soundscape; noisescape; altered records; modified turntable; modified records; philip jech; christian marclay
|Uprousing (Em 112) - Richard Knight|
Richard Knight is a sonic/computational artist, usually performing with digital equipment. Incursions have established him as a practitioner of the no-input mixer, a subverted device which allows analogue feedback to be harnessed in an often precise and diverse manner. The performance for EOVI will see Richard utilise two no-input mixers, in an ongoing collaboration with Rodrigo Constanzo. Other relevant projects include the electroacoustic/jazz duo, 'Pesticide Organica'; no-input techno project...
Keywords: electronica; noise; electronic music; electronic musik; ambient; no input mixer; no input mixing desk; pesticide organica; sound art; music concrete; improvisation; soundscapes; noisescapes; noise; industrial; dada; fluxus; stockhausen; 1bpm; JERK; jurgen ehrmann; collage; sound collage; electronic organica
|Fifth Quartile (Em116) - Electronic Organica Ensemble|
Recorded live at Electronic Organica V, this is a chance grouping of artists / friends from the Manchester area in an impromptu, improvised performance. They are: Abigail Sanders - french horn Richard Knight - laptop Graham Dunning - turntables / objects Ian Simpson - electronics To find out more about Electronic Organica - Click Here Cover art by Ian Simpson 2010
Keywords: fonik; pesticide organica; richard knight; manchester; improvisation; sound art; electronica; electronic music; experimental; collage; electronic organica ensemble; ambient; turntables; turntablism; philip jeck; graham dunning; noise research; bacillus; pesticide organica; electronic musik; music concrete; electroacoustic; musique concrete; noise; altered records